Creature is not just a movie, but also an example of student communication and collaboration in all Germany. All Decisions of the project on a communicative, non-profit level. Thus, the creature is not only a great experience and practice for all stakeholders, but also a way to improve the team and an extension of the personal horizon. The PMA production label was founded to further cooperation and joint identification in relation to the production of films by Nancy Bower, Johannes Plate and Benjamin Orgis. That the project is no longer in its infancy, has shown the successful first turn time in last summer, however, are highly motivated to deepen and expand the work above all everyone, the founder. The letters of PMA mean progressive motion arts. The label stands for progressiveness in techniques, practices, innovations and ideas. PMA stands for topics movement moving, moving images, and advanced Visual effects.
The plot carries the film, the image, but characterizes him. It stands for the belief that film-making not only is a commercial industry, but especially art. That film-makers are artists. That no idea is too absurd to make more. PMA stands for change! To implement these objectives, all involved with highest concentration, creativity and perseverance work on all projects.
The regular feedback meetings again give opportunity to resolve problems and to exchange experiences with the staff. Each work group can consult here and speak the scenes with the other teams which is very important when turning on the set. Vanguard will not settle for partial explanations. The project leader, Benjamin Orgis and the artistic director of the film, Johannes Plate monitor all this. John made the decision to adapt a Sage from the region of Torgau in April 2007. During the summer of 2007, both through the mutual hobby of film the vision had to launch a joint project with maximum professionalism. So first foundations for the screenplay were set as well as the search started by employees at the Johann-Walter-Gymnasium in Torgau. Staff found themselves with time from all over Saxony. The achievement of this vision will likely premiere in the fall of 2011.